Blaguna Rajani. pergola. March 31st , 2017.
Yes, its true; it was commissioned by an old fence that has become my friend. Ill explain here, briefly, how this happened. Most days, for a dozen or more years, I have taken an early morning walk down the street from my house in Watsonville, California. I go through a gate, walk alongside an apple orchard, and then I circle around fields where strawberries and raspberries are grown. Beside the dirt road I follow is an ancient fence. Its original posts, from the beginning of the last century, were all of redwood. Over years it has been added to, made higher, fallen down, been repaired. But it continues to steadfastly do its work of fencing these fields and the orchard.
But when it is the fences or gates we are talking about, taking care of only the looks is not enough. The security aspects are also vital to ensure your property remains safe. So meeting this end, especially for domestic properties, fence designers and manufacturers also add the strength and locks along with the stylish looks and see to it that you drift off to a peaceful slumber at night.
Another fine feature of the pergola is its height. It allows you to grow your garden vertically providing another layer for your garden palette. The pergola also serves as a great spot for hanging flower baskets, garden tea lights or lanterns. If your pergola is on a deck or patio, huge planters can be placed near the posts for trailing vines.
And a wacky thing about body language is that it can seem like the absolutely most outrageously out-there reach of learning about human beings (for those stuck to the surface) or, at the other extreme, a fabulously useful way of grounding (for empaths, as we'll explore tomorrow at ).
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